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TS 23.040 (CT1)
Technical Realization of the
Short Message Service (SMS)

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3GPP 23.040 - SMS Architecture

Rapporteur:  Ms. Liu, Jennifer

The Short Message Service (SMS) provides a means of sending messages of limited size to and from GSM/UMTS/EPS mobiles. The provision of SMS makes use of a Service Centre, which acts as a store and forward centre for short messages. Thus a GSM/UMTS/EPS PLMN needs to support the transfer of short messages between Service Centres and mobiles.
Mobile originated messages shall be transported from an MS to a Service Centre. These may be destined for other mobile users, or for subscribers on a fixed network. Mobile terminated messages shall be transported from a Service Centre to an MS. These may be input to the Service Centre by other mobile users (via a mobile originated short message) or by a variety of other sources, e.g. speech, telex, or facsimile.

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1  ScopeWord-p. 10
2  ReferencesWord-p. 10
3  Services and service elementsWord-p. 15
4  Network architectureWord-p. 32
5  Service Centre and PLMN interconnectionWord-p. 34
6  Service Centre functionalityWord-p. 35
7  MS functionalityWord-p. 36
8  Node functionalityWord-p. 37
8.1  Node functionality related to SM MTWord-p. 37
8.2  Node functionality related to SM MOWord-p. 42
8.3  SMS IWMSC functionality related to alertingWord-p. 44
9  Protocols and protocol architectureWord-p. 44
9.1  Protocol element featuresWord-p. 45
9.2  Service provided by the SM TLWord-p. 49
9.3  Service provided by the SM RLWord-p. 109
10  Fundamental procedures within SMSWord-p. 111
11  Mapping of error causes between RP layersWord-p. 142
A  Protocol stacks for interconnecting SCs and MSCsWord-p. 145
B  Information now contained in 3GPP TS 23.038 [9]Word-p. 146
C  Short message information flowWord-p. 147
D  Mobile Station reply proceduresWord-p. 164
E (Normative)  Extended Object Format Type [R5]Word-p. 167
F  Compression methods for EMS [R5]Word-p. 172
G (Normative)  WVG (Wireless Vector Graphics) data format [R5]Word-p. 175
H  Development Guidelines for Creation of Polyhony Using SP-MIDI [R5]Word-p. 205
I (Normative)  SMS in MME [R11]Word-p. 207
J (Normative)  SGSN supporting Diameter based protocol for SMS [R12]Word-p. 210
K (Normative)  SMS in 5GS [R15]Word-p. 212
L  Change historyWord-p. 214

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